Charles Schwabs Legacy Endures in Loretto and Across America

Charles Schwab’s Legacy Endures in Loretto and Across America

Julia Willason, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

In conjunction with the University’s 175th anniversary as an institution of higher learning in 2022, Troubadour staff writer Julia Willason interviewed Ann Dougherty. Ann’s great uncle in Charles Schwab....

May is National Military Appreciation Month

May is National Military Appreciation Month

Kesean Dyson, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

The month of May is National Military Appreciation Month. Throughout the month, Americans are encouraged to show their appreciation to past and present service members in different ways. During Military...

Successful Leaders in Business, Education to Deliver Commencement Addresses

Successful Leaders in Business, Education to Deliver Commencement Addresses

Scott Riner, Editor May 2, 2022

The guest speakers for the University’s 2022 commencement exercises are Bill Strickland and John Garvey. Strickland will deliver two speeches on Saturday, May 7, at the graduate and undergraduate...

Bertocci Leaves Lasting Legacy at University

Bertocci Leaves Lasting Legacy at University

Scott Riner, Editor May 2, 2022

Rosemary Bertocci, Chair of Franciscan Studies, Theology and Applied Ethics, will retire at the end of the semester. She will leave a legacy of giving and service to others, one that stretches over more...

Students, Administrators Meet to Discuss Various Issues at Town Hall

Students, Administrators Meet to Discuss Various Issues at Town Hall

Scott Riner, Editor April 9, 2022

The Saint Francis Student Government Association held a town hall meeting on March 29 in the JFK Auditorium. Town Hall, which is open to everyone in the University community, affords students the opportunity...

University Hosts Undergraduate Academic Conference

University Hosts Undergraduate Academic Conference

Scott Riner, Editor April 9, 2022

The Wolf-Kuhn Ethics Institute hosted its biannual undergraduate conference, “The Examined Life,” on March 26. The conference, which is co-sponsored by the Ethics Institute, the Office of Student...

Student Entrepreneurs Awarded Seed Money at SF-U-Pitch Event

Student Entrepreneurs Awarded Seed Money at SF-U-Pitch Event

Dominique Yeo, Staff Writer March 25, 2022

The CEO Club’s SF-U-Pitch competition concluded on March 16 when seven finalists pitched their business ideas to a panel of judges at Schwab Hall. Prior to the final pitch event, the judges reviewed...

SGA Endorses “Timely Feedback Proposal”

SGA Endorses “Timely Feedback Proposal”

Scott Riner, Editor March 25, 2022

The Student Government Association voted on a proposal on March 3 that would require instructors to give students feedback on submitted work within 14 calendar days. The “timely feedback proposal”...

Campus Mourns Loss of Two Long-Time Professors

Campus Mourns Loss of Two Long-Time Professors

Scott Riner, Editor February 24, 2022

The SFU community mourns the loss of two long-time professors, both of whom passed away earlier this month: Dr. Rodrigue “Rod” Labrie and Dr. Lawrence Pion. Labrie began his 41-year teaching career...

CEO Club to Host Competition for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

CEO Club to Host Competition for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Alexandra Laverty, Staff Writer February 24, 2022

The University’s CEO Club will be hosting SF-U-Pitch on March 16 at 7 p.m. The competition will be held in DiSepio 213/214 and is open to all SFU undergraduate students. Students can compete in...

University Named NASA “Community Anchor”

University Named NASA “Community Anchor”

Anthony Vassalotti, Staff Writer February 10, 2022

Saint Francis has been selected a NASA Informal Education Community Anchor. Thanks to this distinction, SFU will receive funding to launch a new science outreach program. The funding is available through...

University Celebrates Martin Luther King Day

University Celebrates Martin Luther King Day

Scott Riner, Editor February 10, 2022

Saint Francis celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day last month with various events related to the legacy of the Civil Rights leader. Activities within the School of STEAM included a virtual discussion...

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